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Graduation Day @Gopalpur Greenwood

Greenwood Gopalpur’s Graduation Day was a momentous occasion filled with pride, joy, and a sense of accomplishment. The day commenced with the solemn task of inviting dignitaries to grace the event, setting the tone for the festivities ahead.

As the dignitaries took their seats, the ceremony was officially inaugurated with the lighting of the lamp, symbolizing the dispelling of darkness and the illumination of knowledge.

Ms. Kavita Chawla, the esteemed Principal of the school, took to the stage to deliver an inspiring introduction speech. Her words resonated with the audience, highlighting the achievements of the graduating students and the bright future that lay ahead for them.

The program continued with speeches from two young achievers – Adithi of UKG and Aadhika of 5th class. Their heartfelt words and inspiring messages served as a reminder of the potential and promise of the youth.

Mr. Prabhu Kumar, a respected member of the Management, delivered a thought-provoking speech, encouraging the students to dream big and strive for excellence.

The Director of the school, Dr. Bharadwaja Naidu, graced the occasion with his presence and shared his insights on education and the future of the students.

The solemn moment of oath-taking by the students, led by the Director himself, was a testament to their commitment to uphold the values and principles of the institution.

The event was further enlivened by captivating dance performances by the talented students of UKG and 5th class, showcasing their creativity and passion for the arts.

The highlight of the ceremony was the convocation for the UKG and 5th class students, where they were awarded certificates of achievement, marking the successful completion of their academic journey.

As the day drew to a close, Ms. Shajaha Ma’am delivered a heartfelt vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all those who had contributed to the success of the event.

The ceremony culminated with the singing of the National Anthem, a poignant reminder of the unity and pride that binds us all as a nation.

Greenwood Gopalpur’s Graduation Day was a celebration of academic excellence, personal growth, and the promise of a bright future. It was a day that will be cherished and remembered by all who were present.

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International Women’s Day

07/03/2024, THU

International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8th, honors the achievements and contributions of women worldwide. It is a day to recognize women’s rights and gender equality. This day, Aarohi of Class 4 is here to remind us of the progress made, but also the work that remains to ensure a more inclusive and equitable society for all.

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National Science Day Celebration at Greenwood Gopalpur School

28/02/2024, Wed

National Science Day Celebration at Greenwood Gopalpur School was a vibrant and enlightening affair this year, as students from all classes showcased their ingenuity and understanding of scientific concepts through a variety of projects and demonstrations.

Under the able guidance of the Principal Kavita Chawla & Science Sir, Mr. Raju.D, and their respective class teachers, students enthusiastically delved into their syllabus-based topics to create informative and visually captivating displays.

The classrooms buzzed with activity as young minds engaged in experiments, models, and presentations that reflected their grasp of scientific principles. From simple machines to complex biological processes, each project was a testament to the students’ dedication and curiosity towards science.

One could witness the transformation of ideas into reality as students explained the workings of their projects with confidence and clarity. The event not only highlighted their academic prowess but also nurtured their creativity and critical thinking skills.

The celebrations served as a reminder of the importance of science in our lives and the need to encourage young minds to explore the wonders of the scientific world. As the day came to a close, the students left with a sense of accomplishment, eager to continue their journey of discovery and learning in the field of science.

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The International Mother Language Day.

22/02/2024, Thu

To celebrate a fundamental aspect of our identity and heritage—The International Mother Language Day. This day, established by the United Nations, reminds us of the importance of linguistic diversity and the preservation of our mother tongues.

It is a day to reflect on the power of language in shaping our cultures, fostering dialogue, and preserving our unique identities. Here is Pravinya of Class 5 of Greenwood Gopalpur, asking us come together to honor and celebrate the beauty and significance of our mother languages.

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Meditation Session at Greenwood Gopalpur School

The morning sun gently filtered through the trees, casting a tranquil glow over the grounds of Greenwood Gopalpur School. Students gathered in the open courtyard, eagerly anticipating the meditation session led by their beloved teacher. As the gentle breeze carried the scent of fresh flowers, the students settled into a comfortable position, ready to embark on a journey of inner peace and mindfulness.

The teacher, a beacon of calm and wisdom, began the session with a few simple instructions. She encouraged the students to close their eyes and focus on their breath, allowing all thoughts to gently fade away. With each inhale and exhale, the students felt themselves becoming more grounded and centered, letting go of the stresses and worries of the outside world.

As the session progressed, the teacher guided the students through various meditation techniques, such as body scans and loving-kindness meditation. With her soothing voice as their guide, the students delved deep into their inner selves, exploring the vastness of their minds and hearts.

As the session drew to a close, the students slowly opened their eyes, feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. The teacher smiled warmly at them, reminding them to carry this sense of peace and mindfulness with them throughout the day.

The meditation session at Greenwood Gopalpur School was not just a moment of tranquility; it was a profound experience that touched the hearts and minds of all who participated. It was a reminder of the power of meditation to heal, inspire, and connect us to our true selves.

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Sammakka Saralamma Jatara

15/02/2024, THU

Sammakka Saralamma Jatara (also Sammakka Sarakka Jatara and Medaram Jatara)[1] is a festival to honour the Hindu Tribal goddesses, celebrated in the state of Telangana, India.

This Jatara is known for witnessing one of the largest people gatherings in the world. People offer Bellam (jaggery)(Locally called as Bangaram): The Jatara begins at Medaram in Tadvai Mandala in Mulugu district. The rituals related to the Goddesses are entirely conducted by the Koya Tribe priests, in accordance with Koya customs and traditions.

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“Vibrant Celebrations and Reverence: Vasant Panchami at Greenwood Gopalpur”

Vasant Panchami, the festival heralding the arrival of spring, was celebrated with great fervor at Greenwood Gopalpur. The day began with Mrs. Kavitha Chawla, The principal, addressing the student gathering about the importance of the day and blessing them for their future.

Next the students and staff offering fragrant flowers to the idol of Goddess Saraswati, the epitome of knowledge and wisdom. This act of devotion set the tone for a day filled with reverence and celebration.

Throughout the program, various classes recited slokas dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, showcasing their devotion and spiritual connection. The highlight of the event was a captivating dance performance by the talented girls of Class 7, which enthralled the audience and added to the festive atmosphere.

In addition to the cultural performances, students also sought the blessings of their teachers, acknowledging their role in shaping their future. The day was not just a celebration but also a time for reflection and gratitude towards the goddess and the teachers who guide and inspire them.

Celebrating Vasant Panchami is important as it signifies the arrival of spring, a season of new beginnings and fresh starts. It is believed that Goddess Saraswati bestows her devotees with knowledge, wisdom, and creativity on this auspicious day.

Therefore, by celebrating Vasant Panchami, we not only honor the goddess but also seek her blessings for success and enlightenment in all our endeavors

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Creativity is like your daily hero, making life better for everyone.

08/02/2024, THU

Creativity is like your daily hero, making life better for everyone. It’s not just for artists; it helps solve problems and express yourself in unique ways. Try new things, like doodling or cooking, to keep your brain happy and always learning. Let Aadhika Aadhyasari of Class 5 is here to discuss how to make your life for more fun!

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World Read Aloud Day 2024 Celebrations at Greenwood Gopalpur School

Greenwood Gopalpur School celebrated World Read Aloud Day 2024 with great enthusiasm, fostering a love for reading and promoting camaraderie among students. The main event featured students reading aloud chapters from their lessons, prompting their classmates to repeat after them. This interactive session not only enhanced reading skills but also encouraged active participation and engagement in learning.

One of the highlights of the event was the reading session among siblings, where older siblings helped their younger counterparts, promoting a sense of brotherhood and sisterhood among the students. This activity not only strengthened bonds between siblings but also emphasized the importance of mutual support and collaboration in learning.

World Read Aloud Day holds significant importance as it underscores the power of reading aloud in improving literacy skills, building confidence, and fostering a sense of community among readers. By encouraging students to read aloud and engage in collaborative reading activities, Greenwood Gopalpur School reaffirmed its commitment to promoting literacy and nurturing a culture of lifelong learning among its students.

The celebrations served as a reminder of the transformative impact of reading aloud in shaping young minds and building a brighter future. Through such initiatives, Greenwood Gopalpur School continues to empower its students to become avid readers, effective communicators, and compassionate individuals.

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World Cancer Day, February 4th, unites us against cancer.

World Cancer Day, February 4th, unites us against cancer. Let’s inspire action for a world with fewer cases. Remember loved ones, honor survivors, and work together to make a significant impact in the fight against cancer.

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Leaning that ” Sharing is Caring “

In a delightful and instructive activity, three students from the UKG class embarked on a journey of sharing. Faced with the challenge of a solitary bread bun, the trio initially found themselves perplexed, each contemplating how to enjoy the treat together.

As they brainstormed, a light bulb moment occurred – a collective decision to cut the bun into three equal parts. This ingenious solution not only resolved their initial dilemma but also served as a profound lesson in collaboration and generosity.

Through this interactive exercise, the students not only satisfied their taste buds but also imbibed a valuable life lesson.

The experience fostered a positive atmosphere, reinforcing the concept that sharing not only enhances the enjoyment of a moment but also nurtures bonds of friendship and understanding. As these UKG students continue their educational journey, this activity is sure to leave a lasting impression, reminding them of the significance of sharing and cooperation in their interactions with others.

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Grand 75th Republic Day Extravaganza.

A Tapestry of Patriotism unfolded at Greenwood Gopalpur during the grand 75th Republic Day Extravaganza. Commencing with a reverent tribute, Sri. Mr. A. Prabhu Kumar, our General Manager and Mrs. Kavita Chawla, the Principal, garlanded the photos of visionary national leaders. This reflective moment set the tone, acknowledging sacrifices that paved the way for our democratic heritage.

The tricolor unfurled during the flag hoisting ceremony symbolized our collective commitment to justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity. Witnessing this poignant moment embodied the spirit of our democratic republic. A disciplined student parade showcased strength through unity and teamwork, echoing the essence of discipline ingrained in our armed forces.

Transitioning to the cultural segment, LKG/Nursery talents sparkled in Fancy Dress performances, followed by UKG students who mesmerized with a patriotic dance. Grades progressed, presenting captivating Welcome Dances and lively Punjabi Saare performances celebrating our rich cultural diversity.

Class 3 took center stage with a dynamic dance to “Tere Jalwa,” accompanied by a poignant Hindi speech eloquently capturing the essence of our diverse heritage. Class 4 continued with a speech by Nehanth, followed by graceful Girls Dance and an energetic Boys Dance, showcasing dynamism and talent.

The program climaxed with Class 6 girls’ musical prowess and dynamic dances to “Desh Rangila” and “Tere Mitti” by the talented Class 7 girls. These performances served as a crescendo, resonating with the pride and spirit of our nation.

The 75th Republic Day celebration deepened our sense of unity, instilled pride in our heritage, and inspired a collective commitment to the continued progress and prosperity of our great nation. The event also included a Prize Distribution ceremony, recognizing achievements from various mid-term events

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Makar Sankranti Celebrations at Greenwood Gopalpur School

12/01/2024, FRI

The Makar Sankranti celebrations at Greenwood Gopalpur School were a vibrant and culturally enriching event, featuring a diverse range of programs that showcased the significance of this auspicious festival. The agenda unfolded seamlessly, engaging students, teachers, and parents alike.

The event commenced with a welcome speech by our beloved principal Mrs. Kavita Chawla.

Importance of Sankranti by Swarupa Ma’am:
Swarupa Ma’am eloquently shared insights into the cultural and agricultural importance of Makar Sankranti, enlightening the audience about the traditions associated with the festival.

Saketh of class -5th delivered a captivating speech in English, articulating the essence of Sankranti and its significance in a global context

*Speech in Hindi by
R. VishwaSai Raj of Class 5 added a touch of cultural diversity with his eloquent Hindi speech, providing a deeper understanding of Sankranti to the Hindi-speaking audience.

Driti’s Dance:
Driti’s dance performance infused energy into the celebration, combining grace and traditional elements to captivate the audience.

*Speech by Sai Chethan speech in Telugu further enriched the cultural mosaic, ensuring that the linguistic diversity of the school was celebrated during the event.
*Dance By Nur, Lkg & UKG Students:*
The youngest members of the school showcased their enthusiasm and talent through a delightful dance performance, spreading joy among the attendees.
Dance by Students of Class 1 & 2:
The little performers from Classes 1 &2 took the stage with their endearing dance, reflecting the innocence and exuberance associated with Sankranti.
States Presentation:
Pairs of students donned traditional attire from various states, offering glimpses into the diverse ways Sankranti is celebrated across the country.

Dance by Students of 6th and 7th:
The students displayed their artistic prowess through energetic dance performances, demonstrating the continuity of cultural celebrations across different age groups.
Boghi Pandlu attracted the attention and enthusiasm of the students, parents came forward to shower blessings on cute kids.

Vote of Thanks by
Padma Ma’am wrapped up the event with a heartfelt vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of the Makar Sankranti celebrations.

The Makar Sankranti festivities at Greenwood Gopalpur School served not only as a joyful celebration but also as a platform for cultural exchange, fostering a sense of unity and pride in the rich traditions that make up the school’s diverse community.

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Colours of Rangoli at Greenwood Gopalpur

10/01/2024, WED

On Thursday, January 9th, 2024, Greenwood Gopalpur embraced vibrant hues as mothers showcased their artistic flair in the Rangoli Competition.

The event was a resounding success, with enthusiastic participation and a burst of creativity, turning the occasion into a kaleidoscope of artistic expressions.

The mothers brought forth a delightful array of Rangoli designs, adding a touch of tradition and innovation to the celebration.

It was heartening to witness the convergence of talent and the joyous spirit that filled the air.

The event not only showcased the cultural richness of our community but also fostered a sense of camaraderie among the participants.

Kudos to all the mothers for making the Rangoli Competition a memorable and visually captivating experience at Greenwood Gopalpur.

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World Braille Day _ Greenwood Talks @ Gopalpur Greenwood

World Braille Day, celebrated since 2019, is observed to raise awareness of the importance of Braille as a means of communication in the full realization of the human rights for blind and partially sighted people. Here is R. Vishwa Sai Raj to shed some light on the occasion.

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Christmas Celebrations _ Gopalpur Greenwood

Greenwood Gopalpur’s Christmas Celebrations were a joyous affair, adorned with students donned as Santas and angels.

The esteemed Principal, Kavita Chawla, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The festivities unfolded with the melodious carols presented by the Choir group, setting a festive tone.

The younger students, from UKG, added a charming touch with their lively dance to the tune of Jingle Bells.

Following this, students from grades 1-3 showcased their Christmas dance, infusing the atmosphere with infectious energy. A skit portraying the birth of Jesus captivated the audience, adding a spiritual dimension to the celebration.

The 6th and 7th-grade girls brought their artistic flair to the forefront with a captivating dance performance. As the day concluded, certificates were awarded to the accomplished students who excelled in various arts and academic pursuits throughout the year.

The event served as a heartwarming culmination of the year’s achievements and festive spirit at Greenwood Gopalpur.

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Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God.

21/12/2023, THU

Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God. The name ‘Christmas’ comes from the Mass of Christ (or Jesus).

A Mass service (which is sometimes called Communion or Eucharist) is where Christians remember that Jesus died and then came back to life. Here is Shiva Chethan of Class 7 to talk about the joyous festival.

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A respectful classroom culture is the cornerstone of a positive and conducive learning environment.

23/11/2023, THU

A respectful classroom culture is the cornerstone of a positive and conducive learning environment. It fosters an atmosphere where students and educators value each other’s perspectives, creating a space for open dialogue and collaboration.

Respectful behavior is not only demonstrated by politeness but also by acknowledging diverse opinions, embracing differences, and treating everyone with dignity.

Students thrive when they feel respected, which positively influences their academic performance and social development. Here is Praharshini of Class 5, Greenwood Gopalpur elaborating about the topic.

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Greenwood High School’s Educational Trip for Nursery, LKG & UKG.

Greenwood High School, Gopalpur,
were taken for a visits to “Places of Worship ” in the neighbourhood.
Here’s a glimpse of their exciting journey:

  • Gurudwara :
    The first stop on the itinerary was the serene Gurudwara. Students experienced the peaceful ambiance, learned about Sikh traditions, and were treated to the warm hospitality of the Sikh community. The visit provided a valuable opportunity for cultural exchange and understanding.
  • Church:
    The students witnessed the beauty of Christian religious practices, admired the architecture, and engaged in conversations with the church staff. The visit encouraged an open dialogue about different faiths and the importance of tolerance.
  • Masjid:
    The educational journey continued with a visit to the masjid in Chowrastha. Students gained insights into Islamic practices and observed the architectural beauty of the mosque.

  • Thousand Pillar Temple :
    A historical and architectural marvel awaited the students at the Thousand Pillar Temple. Exploring the intricate carvings and learning about the temple’s rich history added a cultural dimension to the trip. The teachers shared information on the site they were going to visit. They were also taught to love and respect every religion.The students were very inquisitive and their inquitiveness was satisfied when they actually visited these religious places.
  • Z00 PARK (Vana Vigyan) Hunter Road:
    The final destination was the vibrant Z00 PARK, also known as Vana Vigyan, at the Hunter Road. Students immersed themselves in nature, discovering various plant species and learning about environmental conservation. The park visit aimed to instill a sense of responsibility towards the environment from a young age and had enjoyed lunch together.

This educational trip not only broadened the students’ horizons Greenwood School remains committed to providing holistic learning experiences that go beyond the classroom, and the perspective of students were enhanced when they actually visited these places of worship to understand that God is one.

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